Party probe: AMLO hastens investigation into fatal Nok housewarming bash

The Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) is fast-tracking an investigation into law enforcement officials who attended the housewarming party of village headman Praween Chanklai, also called Nok, which led to the death of two law enforcement officials.
The victims of the deadly capturing had been Police Major Siwakorn Saibua, a 32 year previous highway police inspector who in the end succumbed to a quantity of bullet injuries, and Pol. Lt. Col. Wasin Panpee. Both officers were a half of Highway Police Sub-division 2. Detailed scrutiny is required as this case is nuanced.
Around 10.30am today, September 18, a small group of police officers tasked with disentangling the taking pictures case was reported on the AMLO. The team, led by Police Lieutenant Colonel Anake Taosupap, Deputy Director of the AMLO, attended a gathering with the small investigation team prior to a bigger meeting with Police Lieutenant General Jiraphop Puriyadet, the Commander of the Central Investigation Bureau, at 2pm that day. The first press convention to the mass media was also scheduled for the same day.
National Police Officer, Police Lieutenant Colonel Anake, supplied an update on the progress, stating that the officers present at the housewarming get together of the headman Nok are at present beneath evaluation. They are doing an investigation if any people are guilty of neglect of obligation underneath Article 157, or whether or not they have given false testament.
As this can be a delicate matter, a radical evaluation is required to ensure equity for all concerned. Confessions was anticipated that readability would emerge on today relating to the police officers who shall be prosecuted, together with these summoned to acknowledge the fees.
It was reported that 13 police officers are dealing with charges of neglecting their responsibility under Article 157. Two of the accused officers maintain the rank of Director: Police Lieutenant Colonel Phanut Lueangsatchakun, Commander, Provincial Police Region, Nakhon Pathom, and Police Lieutenant Colonel Krisadaporn Chongaksorn, Commander, Phyathai Police Station.
National Police Officer, Police Lieutenant Colonel Wisnu Prasatthong-Osot, commented briefly that the team chief is currently verifying information about all the law enforcement officials involved in the incident.
The investigators are nonetheless working inside a 15-day timeframe. Once this period is over, the disciplinary investigation staff chief must report back to him. Whether the disciplinary offence is serious sufficient to warrant dismissal will depend on the proof. However, the disciplinary offence being investigated is different from the criminal offence that the Central Investigation Bureau is investigating, but each investigations shall be coordinated.
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